L New series. Highly interactive show with music, camp-appeal features, perky chat and regular sidekick Emma Forbes , who helps with responses to listeners' calls. Producer Mark Hill
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I Laura Barton showcases the lyric skills of singer/songwriter
Bob Dylan with analysis of ten of his songs by poets, critics, musicians and contemporaries, including poet laureate Andrew Motion , Greenwich Village contemporary Tom Paxton , Buzzcocks singer Pete Shelley , singer/songwriter Gwyneth Herbert , author Christopher Ricks , rock and pop observer David Ouantick , Dylan authority Michael Gray , ex-Weatherman political revolutionary Mark Rudd and others. Scrutinised songs include A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall, Like a Rolling Stone, Visions of Johanna, All along the Watchtower, Tangled Up in Blue and Hurricane. Producer Simon Poole See also Friday at 7pm
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